With nary a kiss to the hand nor tears of parting, the French government this week bids adieu to “Mademoiselle.”
The birth of Renee Hoffman’s first child was traumatic and frightening—despite her desire for a natural childbirth, after several medical interventions, she had a cesarean section instead. Renee used her passion and talent for quilting as a way to process and release the trauma around her labor and delivery.
Is there at least one full-time person working on campus sex-assault? May rape survivors report their attack confidentially and-or anonymously? Does the school's policy cover the sex assault of a man? Is emergency contraception available in the school health center?
On 6th December, 2011, the Knesset Committee on the Status of Women convened a special meeting with several Knesset members, police and government officials, for the occasion of International Human Rights Day. The meeting, initiated by the Gun Free Kitchen Tables campaign, was dedicated exclusively to the campaign demand: Enforcing an existing law restricting security guards’ guns to their places of work and prohibiting guns from being taken home by security guards at the end of their work shifts.
This report includes new data Human Rights Watch developed from a variety of federal and state sources that document dramatic increases in the number of older US prisoners.
Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs has brought out a guidance booklet on “Marriages to Overseas Indians” which contains information on safeguards available to women deserted by their Non-Resident Indian spouses, legal remedies available, authorities that can be approached for redressal of grievances.
But mine was nothing short of a curse
Daddy's face didn't shine. Drums didn't make noise
No shots were fired. No ceremony was held
The Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Bill was introduced by Senator Nilofar Bakhtiar and passed unanimously by the upper house of the federal parliament, Pakistan Television reported.
Veronica Nzoki has been a resident of Endui in the Mwingi District in Eastern Kenya for almost 50 years. She could still remember how the water flowed throughout the year, enabling them to grow food that will help them survive the dry spells. But this is no longer possible today.
Shakila, 8 at the time, was drifting off to sleep when a group of men carrying AK-47s barged in through the door. She recalls that they complained, as they dragged her off into the darkness, about how their family had been dishonored and about how they had not been paid.
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